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File permissions for "/usr/sap"

Hi everyone!

The question may sound dummy but how should be the file permissions for "/usr/sap" directory?

I mean who should be the owner of "sap" directory?

I'm having troubles with sapccmsr agent and the log for this agent - sapccmsr.log - shows the following warning message:

"WARNING: Could not create directory /usr/sap/ccms"

I'm beginning to suspect of file permissions for "/usr/sap" directory - where "sap" directory is currently owned by "root" within my system.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Kind regards,

Paulo

Former Member
Former Member replied

Hi Paulo,

You need to change the group permission only for /usr/sap directory.

So Try the following permission for /usr/sap

chgrp -R sapsys /usr/sap.

after changing the permission your permission look like as follows.

ls -ld /usr/sap/

drwxr-xr-x 7 root sapsys 4096 Sep 20 2008 /usr/sap/

Thanks and Regards,

Kamal Kishore

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